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Occupied Karabakh turned by Armenia into fake antiques factory

Archaeological, ethnographic, epigraphic, paleogeographic, paleontological and paleoanthropological scientific research carried out by scientists on the territory of Karabakh proved that the ancestors of the Azerbaijani people lived on these lands starting from the Guruchay culture period and created a rich legacy and spiritual culture. However, for 30 years, factories and workshops for the production of fake Armenian antiquity operated in all the occupied territories of Karabakh

102nd anniversary of the liberation of Baku

Today, September 15, Azerbaijan marks the 102nd anniversary of the liberation of Baku. On this day in 1918, the Caucasian Islamic Army entered the capital of Azerbaijan, defeating the 50,000-strong forces of the Dashnaks and Bolsheviks. …

Legendary Mehdi Huseynzade

What does it mean to be a hero? Be decisive in action, overcome any circumstances, triumph over fear, defeat any enemy? For sure. But love also lives in the hearts of real heroes. Love for your people, for the Motherland. With this article, we …

The remote hideout of the World Bank

Shimmering white and gracefully statuesque, the Mount Washington Hotel is a manmade anomaly among the raw wilderness of the surrounding White Mountains in remote northern New Hampshire. As BBC …

This day in history, August 16 

- The battle of Smolensk between the Russian army and French troops was the first major battle of the 1812 Patriotic War. In the course of a three-day battle in the Smolensk region, Russian troops, repelling attacks by superior enemy forces, did …

A brief, cautionary, history of Japan-US immigration

Migration policies are often formed at a confluence of many competing forces: local and international labor markets, global trade, media reporting, local political environments, and diplomatic relationships. U.S. immigration policies singling …

Turkey's ancient city of Aizanoi to be restored

Archeologists on Wednesday began restoration efforts of the ancient city of Aizanoi in present-day western Turkey, Anadolu agency reports. Elif Ozer, an archaeology professor at Pamukkale University, told Anadolu Agency that the team …